This small group of papers consists of a little family material, documentation of Pugsley's career, honours and awards including the move to Bristol, papers relating to the design, construction and opening of the Queen's Building to house the University's Faculty of Engineering, and Pugsley's lectures, publications and addresses, 1949-1984.
Papers and correspondence of Sir Alfred Grenvile Pugsley, 1903-1998
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 3 DM1297
- Dates of Creation1938-1989
- Language of Materialenglish
- Physical Description2 archive boxes
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Pugsley was born in Wimbledon and educated at Rutlish School, Merton and London University. He worked at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, the Royal Airship Works, Cardington and the Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough (Head of Structural and Mechanical Engineering 1941-1945) before moving to Bristol University as Professor of Civil Engineering where he remained for the rest of his career. He was elected FRS in 1952.
By section as follows: Biographical, Bristol, Lectures, publications and addresses. Index of correspondents.
Conditions Governing Access
No known restrictions or closure. Visits by appointment. Some form of identification required.
Other Finding Aids
Printed catalogue of the papers and correspondence of Sir Alfred Grenvile Pugsley (1903-1998) by P. Harper and T.E. Powell, catalogue no. 13/6/89, 24 pp. Copies available from NCUACS, University of Bath.
Received in 1989 by the National Cataloguing Unit for the Archives of Contemporary Scientists from Pugsley. Deposited in Bristol University Library in 1989.